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Washington State Outrigger Canoe Clubs

A guide to outrigger canoe clubs in Washington State. If you know about any outrigger canoe clubs in Washington State that are not listed on this page, please send a message to the email address on our Contacts page.

Seattle Outrigger Canoe Club
This outrigger canoe club based in the city of Seattle was formed in 1996 and they practice three times a week from April to October. They compete frequently during the spring and summer, often traveling competitions in California, Oregon, and Hawaii. Paddling spots frequented by club members include Lake Washington, Puget Sound, and Lake Union.

Hui Heihei Waa Outrigger Canoe Club
This outrigger canoe club based in Silverdale, Washington was formed in 1995. They practice at Waterfront Park and their sessions are organized by age group, with men and women practicing separately after age 12. The club organizes an outrigger canoe race that is part of the annual Silverdale Whaling Days Festival.

Hui Waa O Wakinikona
Outrigger canoe club associated wit hte Wakinikona Hawaiian Club in Seattle, Washington.

Sail Sand Point Outrigger Canoe Club
This Washington State outrigger canoe club was founded in 1998 and it part of a small boat program called "Sail Sand Point" that is located at the North Shore Recreation Area at Warren G. Magnuson Park on the shores of Lake Washington in Seattle.

Tri Cities Outrigger Canoe Club
This outrigger canoe club was formed in 1998, and it is based in the southeast part of Washington State, where the Columbia, Snake, and Yakima Rivers come together, in an area that includes Richland, Pasco, and Kennewick.

Other Canoe Clubs in Washington State
- Hui Waa O Puget Sound
- Kikaha O Ke Kai Outrigger Canoe Club

See also:
- Hawaiian Culture in Washington State
- Outrigger Canoe Clubs in the United States
- Outrigger Canoeing in Hawaii

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